Bracebridge Man Arrested Twice In One Day
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A Bracebridge man is facing multiple charges after being arrested twice in one day.
On Tuesday, Bracebridge OPP entered into two separate investigations that involved the same person.
At 8:40 a.m., a Home Depot employee called police to report a theft from the store and was able to provide the necessary information that resulted in the arrest of the two men responsible.
As a result of this incident, police charged 36-year-old Dean Mann and 34-year-old Daniel Theoret – both from Bracebridge, each with theft under $5000.
Both will appear before a judge in Bracebridge on October 27.
Meanwhile, Mann was arrested again later on that evening around 9 p.m., following a single-vehicle collision on Falkenburg Road in Muskoka Lakes Township.
Police say they were dispatched to the scene after a vehicle left the roadway and struck a rock-cut.
Upon arrival, police arrested and charged the 36-year-old with operation while impaired.
Mann will again be before a judge on November 3 to answer for these charges.